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Euro Pacific In The News

November 7, 2007
We all love league tables. Even the dismal science, economics, has succumbed to the appeal. The Global Competitiveness Report published by the World Economic Forum, the same crew that brings us...
November 5, 2007
NEW YORK -- The sub-prime mortgage crisis claimed its second Wall Street chief executive in less than a week on Sunday as the embattled head of Citigroup Inc. stepped down. The nation's largest...
October 29, 2007
I thought it was significant that the Conference Board's (1) latest release of their US indexes of Leading, Coincident and Lagging Indicators showed that the Leading Indicator (forecasting...
September 11, 2007
If you are one of the nervous people who have spent a lot of time tracking me down to get information about your investment in the Mogambo Super-Secret Hedge Fund (MS-SHF), you are wasting your...
September 10, 2007
''Show me the money!'' Tom Cruise's mantra in the film, Jerry Maguire is set to become a catchcry for small business as it starts to feel the full impact of the looming credit...
August 29, 2007
In 1983, the Bureau of Labor Statistics was faced with an awkward dilemma. If it continued to include the cost of housing in the Consumer Price Index, the CPI would reflect an inflation rate of 15...
August 18, 2007
Topics:Stock Market | Interest Rates | Ben Bernanke | Federal Reserve Investors will be watching every move by the Federal Reserve for buy and sell cues after being reminded Friday that more...
August 16, 2007
The aluminum company Alcoa named Klaus Kleinfeld, the former chief executive of Siemens, president and chief operating officer yesterday, and said he would most likely take over as chief executive...

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